[c-nsp] l2tpv3

Arie Vayner (avayner) avayner at cisco.com
Thu Aug 30 11:56:40 EDT 2012


You should be able to deploy L2TPv3 with the smaller ISR routers... The 800 series support it (not sure what software feature set is needed...)


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Subject: [c-nsp] l2tpv3

What is the smallest/cheapest cisco router that supports L2TPv3?


I work at an isp and have small/medium sized businesses that occasionally want transparent lan connectivity between their sites (which are connected via FTTH, DSL, Cable Modem).


Is L2TPv3 tunneling the way to go for something like that ?


I don't really want to set up all kinds of qinq or mpls l2vpn's in my core if I can avoid it.


Also, tunneling endpoints at the customer premise seems that the dslam/olt/cmts would not have to be wise at all about the tunneling architecture.


Lemme know your thoughts/suggestions please




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